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They Call Me Mud

Mud Morganfield

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1
They Call Me Mud
Mud Morganfield
4:00
2
48 Days
Mud Morganfield
4:27
3
Cheatin' is Cheatin'
Mud Morganfield
5:21
4
Who's Fooling Who?
Mud Morganfield
5:31
5
Howling Wolf
Mud Morganfield
5:18
6
24 Hours
Mud Morganfield
4:00
7
Who Loves You
Mud Morganfield
5:51
8
Oh Yeah
Mud Morganfield
4:29
9
Can't Get No Grindin'
Mud Morganfield
3:33
10
Rough Around the Edge
Mud Morganfield
5:53
11
Walkin' Cane
Mud Morganfield
4:24
12
Mud's Groove
Mud Morganfield
3:30
Total Playing Time    56:17
Son of the legendary blues musician Muddy Waters, Mud Morganfield combines elements from soul, R&B, blues, and jazz throughout the album. He penned 10 of the 12 tracks on this album and collaborated with some of the best contemporary Chicago blues musicians such as Billy Flynn and Melvin " Pookie Stix" Carlisle.

"I got to play bass on three songs, too, and I’m so proud to a have my youngest daughter, Lashunda, sing with me on this album. She’s a natural, too, and regularly sings gospel at home.”
- Mud Morganfield
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Severn Records Inc Studio Masters

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